AB InBev surpasses pre-pandemic sales

AB InBev increased volume sales by 20.8% in Q2 as bars around the world started to welcome thirsty customers back into the fold.

Stella Artois to auction off NFTs of virtual racehorses

Lager brand Stella Artois is auctioning off NFTs of virtual racehorses on the Ethereum blockchain.

AB InBev announces Carlos Brito's successor following blowout quarter

AB InBev has announced that North America president Michel Doukeris will succeed veteran leader Carlos Brito as chief executive this summer.

AB InBev reports sales increase in Q3

AB InBev reported a 4% revenue increase in Q3 after enjoying surging sales in Brazil, Mexico and the United States.

AB InBev launches scholarship to help black students become brewers

AB InBev will spend $200,000 annually over a five year commitment to help black students qualify for careers in brewing.

AB InBev claims top spot in the UK sales chart

AB InBev has become the UK’s number one brewer by volume sales since the start of 2020.

AB Inbev rolls out Hoppy app for consumer downloads

AB Inbev has turned to gamification in a bid to whip up a passion for beer among younger generations of drinkers.

AB Inbev reports 32% sales decline in April

AB Inbev has warned that Q2 trading will be “materially worse” than the previous three months due to brewery closures and supply chain disruption.

AB Inbev slashes dividend in half

AB Inbev has slashed its proposed dividend in half due to the uncertainty, volatility and continued impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.

AB Inbev draws down $9bn loan facility as coronavirus pandemic sweeps the world

AB Inbev has drawn down the entirety of a $9bn loan facility from global banks as it bids to ride out the coronavirus outbreak.

AB InBev records 4.8% revenue growth in FY18

The world’s largest brewing company, AB InBev, has recorded revenue growth of 4.8% for FY18 and a 0.3% increase in volumes.

Stella Artois launches gluten free range

AB InBev has revealed it will be launching a new gluten-free variant of Stella Artois throughout the UK off trade from August.

AB InBev targets 100% British barley use by 2020

AB InBev now sources three quarters of its barley for UK-brewed Budweiser – the UK’s second biggest beer brand behind Stella Artois - from British farms thanks to its “Bud Farmers” innovative.

AB InBev targets World Cup revenue growth

Anheuser-Busch InBev, the world’s largest brewer is ramping up its spending on marketing initiatives ahead of the soccer World Cup this summer, as strong demand in Europe, Mexico and China buoyed earnings in the first quarter.

AB InBev revenues rise while volumes fall

AB InBev, the world’s largest brewing company, has reported revenue growth of 4.7% in FYQ1, while total volumes declined by 0.2%.

AB InBev acquires Atom Brands

AB InBev subsidiary company, ZX Ventures has purchased Atom Group for an undisclosed fee.

Budweiser and Beam come together

AB InBev and Beam Suntory have announced a marketing collaboration between their Budweiser and Jim Beam brands.

AB InBev and Anadolu Efes merge Russia and Ukraine business

Anheuser-Busch InBev has completed the 50:50 merger of the AB InBev and Anadolu Efes Russia and Ukraine businesses.

AB InBev results show China dominance

Global brewing giant AB InBev has reported revenue growth of +5.1% in FY17 and +8.2% in 4Q17, with revenue per hl growth of +5.1% in FY17 and +6.6% in 4Q17.

AB InBev: +5% revenues in first half despite US drop

Global brewing giant Anheuser-Busch InBev (AB InBev) has revealed a 5% revenue increase for the first half of 2017 despite volumes decreasing in the US.

Global drinks market declines in 2016

Research conducted by Euromonitor International shows that the global alcoholic drinks market declined by 0.2% in 2016, the second year in a row the industry has depreciated.

AB InBev records +3.7% revenue in first quarter

Revenue of AB InBEV has grown by 3.7% with global revenue per hl increasing by 4.5% in the first quarter of 2017 according to it’s latest financial report.

AB InBev expands to Africa

Anheuser-Busch InBev will export African beer brands with ‘huge potential’ to its global market.

Samuel Adams founder says US craft beer faces extinction

Samuel Adams founder Jim Koch believes that government greenlighting of overseas brewing conglomerates could be the ‘beginning of the end’ for craft beer in the US.

AB InBev gives the green light

Anheuser-Busch InBev has announced plans to aquire 100% of its purchased electricity from renewable sources by 2025.

Budweiser goes to Tomorrowland

AB InBev UK, the UK trading subsidiary of Anheuser-Busch InBev, has announced a three-year, global partnership between its Budweiser brand and Tomorrowland, one of the largest international electronic music festivals in the world.

SABMiller first-half underlying sales rise

Brewer SABMiller has reported good underlying sales for the second quarter, a day after AB InBev agreed a £17bn merger

AB InBev and SABMiller agree merger

Anheuser-Busch InBev has agreed the terms of its £71bn takeover of SABMiller.

SABMiller extend takeover deadline

SABMiller has extended the deadline for rival Anheuser-Busch InBev to make a formal takeover offer.

AB InBev/SABMiller: what it means

The combination of Anheuser-Busch InBev NV and SABMiller Plc would sell one out of every three beers brewed worldwide, and reap about half of the beer industry’s profits, according to Bloomberg News.

AB InBev agrees SABMiller buy out

Anheuser-Busch InBev has reached agreement in principle to buy SABMiller for £68bn, the completion of which would make the new company the producer of one in three beers sold globally.

AB InBev reacts to SABMiller bid rejection

Anheuser-Busch InBev has expressed surprise at SABMiller rejection of its bid to take over the company.

AB InBev approaches SABMiller to merge

Anheuser-Busch InBev has acknowledged SABMiller's announcement that AB InBev has made an approach to merge the two companies.

AB InBev launches rum flavoured beer

AB InBev is launching a new rum flavoured premium beer brand in the UK.

AB Inbev grows revenue despite falling volumes

AB Inbev has announced that the first half of 2013 has seen its revenue grow 2.7%, despite volumes falling by 2.6% (compared with H1 2012).

AB InBev buys Corona owner for $20bn

AB InBev has successfully completed its buy-out of Mexican brewer Grupo Modelo in a transaction valued at USD$20.1bn

AB Inbev wins battle of the Bud in 100-year trademark war

An EU court has dismissed Budweiser Budvar’s challenge against AB Inbev's use of the term ‘Bud’  in the latest round of the decades-long trademark saga.

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Stella Artois Cidre Pear presses ahead

AB InBev UK today announced the June launch of Stella Artois Cidre Pear to the UK on and off-trade.

AB InBev launches Stella cider

UK: AB InBev has launched a cider under the Stella Artois name. Stella Artois Cidre will be available from easter 2011 in 568ml bottles and 440ml cans and the company suggests serving the product over ice.

European court rejects AB InBev’s bid for Community Trade Mark

An attempt by AB InBev  to register the Budweiser trademark  as a Community Trade Mark within the EU has been rejected by the European Court of Justice.

Mexico/US: Arbitrators settle AB InBev/Modelo row

An arbitration panel has said that the combination of Anheuser-Busch and InBev did not violate the investment agreement between Anheuser-Busch and Mexican drinks giant Grupo Modelo.